More Grandview News
The new Giant Eagle Market District store on West Third Avenue at Grandview Yard is scheduled to open the weekend of Sept. 6.
Even in a district known for its high-quality teaching, Andrew Grega stands out.
Grandview Heights Mayor Ray DeGraw thought this month marked his 30th anniversary of public service.
Former Marble Cliff Mayor Frank Monaco, 93, died Sunday, Aug. 17.
The village of Marble Cliff soon may be a place where foodie dreams become reality.
Whether they are watching a baseball game at Pierce Field or relaxing at the municipal pool, visitors to Grandview Parks and Recreation facilities will be able to remain connected to the web.
Grandview Heights police received another report of indecent exposure last week, but also clarified that some information spreading on social media is incorrect.
Edison Intermediate/Larry Larson Middle School traditionally holds a field day for students as the school year draws to a close.
August 2013 murder
The investigation into the murder of Jennifer Cooke continues a year after her death.
A 90th birthday party often calls for 90 candles -- but in this case, perhaps not.
Weekly 30-minute Spanish classes
A new program beginning this year at Stevenson Elementary School will teach students the basics of the Spanish language even as they learn the fundamentals of writing and reading English.
A new summer event promises to provide a brew of craft beer, food, outdoor entertainment and music.
A break-in that took place Aug. 6 at an apartment building in the 800 block of Burr Avenue reportedly was committed not to steal anything but to rescue a dog.
First concert already under belt
Although his official job title is instrumental music teacher, Grandview Heights High School's new band director knows he'll be teaching students a lot more than melodies.